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There’s a new trend in the luxury travel world, and it’s not a chauffeured Maybach or monogrammed towels for your dog.
HD is a package of high-definition digital satellite TV channels for German-speaking viewers and (as HD PLUS Gmb H) the company providing that package, based in Unterföhring near Munich, Germany.
HD is a subsidiary company of SES based in Betzdorf, Luxembourg.
In October 2014, HD joined the Free TV Alliance, alongside other free-to-air broadcasters Freesat and Tivù Sat, and free-to-view Fransat.
In September 2015, HD started broadcast of an ultra-high-definition television demonstration channel.
Not everyone stands behind the new trend, and some travelers have taken to social media to express their dismay at the discrimination.
Management describes how banning children has led to a “quieter” and “tidier” hotel, less confrontation between guests, and happier customers overall.Course text: Marcel Beyer, Flughunde, Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt a. Dinner Introduction to the course and contemporary German topic Terrace bar open for informal discussion Breakfast Discussion of Marcel Beyer's Flughunde Coffee Further discussion of and an introduction to the poems chosen for the afternoon recital Free Lunch Free Tea Recital of music and poetry Dinner Viewing of the documentary Im toten Winkel (2002) by André Heller and Othmar Schmiderer Terrace bar open for informal discussion Breakfast Gender roles in the Third Reich and the importance of propaganda for the Nazis Coffee The role of language in the Third Reich and the end of the German Gothic script Free Lunch The course will disperse after lunch.The linguistic level required for this course is Advanced German; that is, B2-C1 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, although you do not need any formal qualifications.Even those travelers who are parents find that sharing a wall with someone else’s excitable vacationing kids makes for an unwanted distraction — and a sleepless night before a big presentation.A recent Wall Street Journal report details how this new child-free travel trend is being spearheaded by Germany, historically one of the least kid-friendly nations on the planet, and where statistics once showed that 40 percent of kids said their parents “rarely found time to talk to them.” “I feel annoyed by the mere presence of children,” one resident of Dusseldorf told the WSJ.